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The airport is very small i think >_
In a nutshell
Padang is identic with Jam Gadang ^_^
For Rupiah 50,000 (children free entry)you can catch 100 mins of minang culture presented to you in the form of song, dance and martical arts performance. Available only on Fri and Saturday nites
Dress Code: Casual
Written Dec 21, 2006
Address: Jln Jenjang Pesanggrahan No 6
Luggage and bags: Locks and waterproof cover for your luggage – it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: In Padang and in most part of Sumatra like Bengkulu, Palembang, Pekanbaru, the wet season falls between October and April, the wettest months are January and February that can make travel more difficult. The weather is still hot and more humid, but the January to February rains can come in sudden tropical downpours, and or it can also rain nonstop for a whole day.
Bring plenty of socks to wear while wearing shoes, folding umbrella, a light waterproof rain jacket (heavy plastic raincoat might be too warm for the humid tropics), long pants and/or jeans, shorts, T-shirts, and flip flops.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, toilet paper, anti malarial pills, analgesic pills, Antihistamine pills for any allergic reactions.
Photo Equipment: Zip lock bags for use in protecting your camera equipment, travel documents, etc. It's a good idea to bring extra batteries and SD cards, in case you go someplace where you can’t buy replacement stocks.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Flashlight, mosquito repellent & sarong.
Miscellaneous: Electrical systems in most Southeast Asian countries use different voltages. Bring a transformer or adapter if your electronic devices don’t work properly with the local electricity.
Hope it helps.
Written Dec 6, 2011